By John Robertson Introduction Three separate and extreme crises currently top the long list of profound uncertainties already affecting Zimbabwe’s business sectors and its people.
While Education and Sport Minister Aenias Chigwedere is fuming over the meddling by some of his colleagues into football whispers say Information Minister Jonathan Moyo has long had an interest in football but could not bail out the national team while Leo Mugabe headed the Zimbabwe Football Association because the two did not see eye-to-eye.
A new organisation made up of Zimbabwean and South African church leaders, the Solidarity Peace Trust, has questioned the legality of national service introduced by the government two years.
One of the most respected newspapers in the United States, the New York Times, has called on the Bush administration to fulfill its promise to help Africa fight the AIDS menace.
The ruling ZANU-PF and the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) have been talking for some time, and continue to talk, but the two parties are being forced to issue, at times, conflicting statements to keep the hounds away.